The Student Well-Being Department has developed resources and information to support our schools and communities while many of us are faced with new realities including sheltering in place, working from home, caring and educating children and youth from home, and many other new and unique challenges.
Bullying Program services are available via Zoom and Teleconference. For services, contact Fernando Calderon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CHAT Individual Therapy and case management services are available via Telehealth. For services, contact Rigel Garibay at email@example.com and Ashley Beltran at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional resources will be selected and this webpage will be updated often. If you have questions about the content on this page or need additional resources or information that would be useful, please contact the Student Well-Being Department at (760) 312-6498 or Daniela Estrada at email@example.com.
Student Well-Being Department
Student Well-Being Department has been providing services to Imperial County schools for over 25 years. The program brings together schools, communities, families and youth in a working partnership to support students at all grade levels deal with challenges. Our staff works to prevent and intervene on problems that interfere with educational success, including alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use, suicide, teen pregnancy, gang violence, dropping out, and poor academic performance. Student Well-Being Department helps young people make healthy lifestyle choices, stay in school and complete their education.
Student Well-Being Department staff members provide school counseling and mental health services, facilitate supports and informational groups, conduct presentations in classrooms, provide trainings and technical assistance, and coordinate various other specialized activities required by the assigned program. In general, the functions of most grants include: prevention education, identification of students in need of assistance, intervention to ensure student access services, pre-assessment of the nature and degree of the problem, referrals to the appropriate resources and ongoing support for healthy lifestyle choices. Teachers, principals, counselors, parents and peers are the regular source of student referrals to Student Well-Being Department programs.
Services are offered at various school sites, including high schools, Alternative Education schools, middle schools, and elementary schools. Staff members make contact with students primarily during the regular school day and provide immediate intervention and services according to the assigned program. The emphasis on confidentiality and the consistency students experience within our programs create an awareness of the importance to address the difficult issues students face.
Phone: (760) 312-6498
Cynthia Z. Beltran
Phone: (760) 312-6540
Clerical Assistant II
Phone: (760) 312-6498
1398 Sperber Road
El Centro, CA 92243
Telephone (760) 312-6498 Fax (760) 312-6576
Hours: 8AM to 5PM Monday through Friday
Questions? Comments? E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org